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|Born||Robert Philip Braidwood
11 July 1949 (age 67)
Isle of Man
|Employer||Isle of Man Government|
|Spouse(s)||Lynda Donaldson (m. 1974)|
|Children||1 son, 1 daughter|
Robert Philip "Phil" Braidwood BEng MLC (born 11 July 1949) is a Manx politician, who is currently a Member of the Legislative Council, he was previously an MHK for Douglas East after winning the Douglas East by-election in 1995 and he has continued to top the poll in every General Election since then until his elevation to the Legislative Council in 2010 which sparked a by-election won by Chris Robertshaw.
- Chairman of the Financial Supervision Commission, 1999–2001
- Minister of Home Affairs, 2001–05
- Chairman of the Communications Commission, 2001–05
- Minister of Transport, 2005–06
- "Braidwood, Robert Philip" (PDF). www.tynwald.org. Retrieved 11 November 2011.
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